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KANSARA’S GOES NUTS


KANSARA’S are launching a new range of chocolates this autumn. Praline-fi lled high quality chocolates, they are aimed at the premium end of the restaurant sector and will be marketed under the ‘Thank you’ brand. The chocolates will be offered in mint, orange and hazelnut fl avours. The new range has already been


trialed at some high end restaurants in the UK and the results of the trial marketing are said to have been very promising. One of the restaurants which took part in the trial marketing was Mehek restaurant in London Wall in the City of London. Director, B. Rashid, said: “We were very impressed with the new Thank You chocolates, as they have different fl avour fi llings and we have never used anything like these before. I personally have fallen in love with the hazelnut praline and have told my staff to hide them from me as I cannot stop eating them!” Kansara’s is confi dent the latest addition to its offering will be a big success. Indra Kansara of Kansara’s says, “The reactions we have had from the restaurants who have taken part has been phenomenal. I think the reasons behind the favourable responses are the quality of the praline, the size of the chocolate and the super presentation. We always strive to be innovative and I think we have come up trumps with the new thank you praline chocolates.” n


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